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that was very impressive and then last thursday, myself, the chief, dr. marshall and commissioner kingsley attended a luncheon where the chief spoke for the saint thomas moore society. the chief spoke about gun violence and did an excellent job taking on members of the nra and quite frankly, several appellant court justices were impressed with the chief's knowledge of the law so he did a great job. dr. marshall and kingsley participated and i think that we had a lot of impact on the attorneys in that room. >> it was good. >> very good. >> that is my report. commissioners? >> loftus? >> quickly i wanted to say that one of the things that we get to do on the police commission is i think attending this graduation was the first time that i was there and i just want to say to the members of the public and i want to ask the chief if you could share with my fellow commissioners the speech that you gave, i feel that some that have been on the commission for a long time, the things that you care the most deeply about he cheerly does too and told the officers that is what they need to care about and
and military expert kingsley brown >> women in combat positions are a threat to military cohesion. it's not clear that men can actually bond with women the way they bond with other women >> reporter: so women can disrupt romance in combat zones? >> almost by definition. reporter: who are these fatigue hags jeopardizing all that military cohesion? meet marine corps captain zoe biddle a plaintiff in the lawsuit to lift the ban on women in combat >> i think it's about time that women are allowed to serve in all roles >> reporter: why do you want to be the one to break up the band of brothers? don't be the yoko >> unit cohesion is based around common mission and being held to standards. >> reporter: we said to an expert in the workplace discrimination, do you want to know what he said in >> sure reporter: pick a number from one to four >> two. reporter: but it turns out kingsley had a lot more to say. >> you have one or two women added to the group and now everybody is vying for their attention >> reporter: women are distracting some >> they are distracting. reporter: what if the woman is
a second taser meeting of which commissioners, commissioner turman and myself and commissioner kingsley, i was going to say commissioner loft us, that's weird. i'm the third person and now i'm talking out loud. good. we had that meeting this week on monday and it was at the scottish right center. we had a good turnout from the community, maybe 25 or 30 folks. it was the same more casual interactive opportunity. the chief, i know, got a lot of positive feedback for taking direct questions. we got to ask follow-up questions. so, so far it's been really informative. we've heard from a broad group of constituencies. and we have our -- the department has their final meeting on monday, february 11th at the bayview opera house. and it's at 6. the chief just queued me. 6 to 8 and we would like to encourage, this is the last of the scheduled meetings. so, we'd really like to encourage anyone who hasn't had a chance to come out. it's not only just for bayview. so, anyone from around the city is invited to attend. so, it will be from 6:00 to 8:00 on monday, february 11th. >> great, thank you. you i w
. >> commissioner chan? >> present. >> commissioner kingsley? >> present. >> commissioner turner? >> here. >> commissioner [speaker not understood]? >> here. >> mr. president, you have a quorum and also with us this evening is the chief of police gregory p. sur and the director of the office of citizens complaints joyce higgs. >> thank you very much. welcome to the february 6, 2013 san francisco police commission meeting. we have an agenda tonight with the presentation regarding our officer involved shooting protocol and investigations. and we have no disciplinary matters or personnel matters so it should be relatively smooth agenda. so, please call line item number 1. >> line item 1, general public comment. the public is now welcome to address the commission regarding item that do not appear on tonight's agenda but that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the commission. speakers shall address their remarks to the commission as a whole and not to individual commissioners or department or occ personnel. under police commission rules of order, during public comment, neither polic
. and the public trying to get a handle on who exactly gets to keep guns. >> commissioner kingsley? >> well, thank you, captain, for your really wonderful presentation, as well. most of my questions, i think, are directed towards deputy chief beal. and in first i just want to say that the presentation tonight was just really excellent across the board, on all ends. and to thank all four of you for it. and i know that you spearheaded this, deputy chief and thank you very much, very thorough informative. >> i really appreciate that on that note i just want to thank these officers because they put a lot of work into this and a lot of their own time and worked hard and we wanted to make sure that they were very thorough. >> thank you. just a couple of questions if i might please. on the prevention page, when you were talking about the violence reduction team of ten officers and then two officers plus two, that offer mobility. >> four teams of ten. >> four teams of ten. and that at any one time there is one team that is on active duty, is that how it works >> at all times there are at least two teams a
. >> commissioner kingsley? >> present >> commissioner turman? >> commissioner loftus? >> here. president you have a quorum and also with us is the office of director of complaints hiks and mike baoel. >> thank you very much, inspector monroe, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the january, 30th, 2013 police commission meeting, we will announce after the beginning, after general public comment, we will move briefly into the closed session matter to handle two personal matters. we do that for several reasons, one, the cost of the attorneys and also... and so i think that we need to get and handle that as soon as possible. and as we move to our agenda. without further adieu, please call line item number one. >> line item one, adoption of the minutes, action, amended minutes for september 12, 201 2:singer adopted november, 28, 2012, for the meetings of november 28, december 5th and 19 of 2012. >> commissioners have the minutes in your packet, is there anything that you would like to add? >> i would like to thank them for all of the hard work on the minutes and i know that it is not easy. do we have pub
the list. marshall, a couple of things. >> commissioner kingsley, and do the prevention piece, i have never looked at the department as a that it is not their forte, i don't think that it should be, they put into place because and because they are doing their best. i think that it is the community responsibility for do the prevention piece and i think that it is the family's responsibility to do the piece. i think that as much partnership in the department and the community agencies and the community to only increase the success. and the prevention efforts. i mean, i just hear that, i always say you are asking the police to do something that we are not trained to do, what i think is their primary responsibility. >> the further that we get and get everybody in harmony on those and working in partnership we will have much more success around the prevention, when it comes to prevention, the most ideal is that the young people don't want to carry and deal with the firearms in the first place, that is prevention, and it makes everybody safe. >> and maybe we will have more discussion on that late
will see what happens. thanks for asking. >> thank you dr. marshall. commissioner kingsley. >> we applaud your fine work dr. marshall and amen to everything that you said. as a seg way the commonwealth club of san francisco had a program this week on gun control issues in the state of california and san francisco, and our own -- our sergeant kelly john was there as a member of sfpd, and it was good to have somebody from law enforcement on that panel, and she did a terrific job. i also this month finished on behalf of the commission review offing our report. i wanted to let you know that and this is my third month so i don't know whether we're rotating quarterly or whether it's longer than that or whatever it is, but i don't want to deprive other commissioners if we're on a rotating basis that haven't done it, but i'm happy to continue otherwise. >> anybody else like to do it next month? all yours for next month. >>i think lieutenant gracie has an idea of rotating quarterly. i'm not sure. >>i think commissioner turman indicated that at one point is interested. >> i did it for so long i
. >> commissioner dejesus? >> commissioner chan? >> present. >> commissioner kingsley? >> present >> commissioner turman? >> commissioner loftus? >> here. president you have a quorum and also with us is the office of director of complaints hiks and mike baoel. >> thank you very much, inspector monroe, ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the january, 30th, 2013 police commission meeting, we will announce after the beginning, after general public comment, we will move briefly
. >> no. >> commissioner marshall. >> aye. >> commissioner mazzucco. >> aye. >> commissioner kingsley. >> aye. >> motion pationz passes. >> congratulations. thank you. >> thank you for your appearance coming back. >> before we go we go to closed session. i know for the record we have one of our patrol special officer chief here. byron is there patrol special on sixth greet. >> [inaudible] >> okay. thank you. >> they're very good. >> that's great. >> okay. let's call line item seven. >> public comment including all matters including closed session and which to vote and have closed session. >> any public comment whether we can have a closed session to handle litigation matters? hearing none public comment is now closed. do i have a motion? >> motion. >> second. >> it's line item eight. it's a long night. >> you can always tell -- >> item to hold item line in closed session and attorney-client privilege with these items and the administrative code. action. >> can i have a motion? >> so moved. >> se >> all right commissioners we're back in open session. please call line item numbe
and this is perfect. i'm going to keep this one. commissioner kingsley? >> ms. gannon, thank you very much for the presentation and the materials. the capital outlay, is that primarily the new public safety building? you're nodding yes. >> yeah, 8 million of that is for the new public safety building. for the furniture, for just cubicle computers equipment, anything that's not attached to the building is the way the engineers have told me. that's what the 8 million coffers. the other 1.6 is essentially the debt service on our leased vehicleses. as you may know, we supply some of our vehicleses directly through the general fund and some are paid through public finance. so, there is like an interest payment on -- and that's an accumulation of several years. >> are we directly working with the construction company that is building the public safety building or is that going through a different arm of the city government? >> well, dpw is taking the lead. they're the project managers. however, we have, as you may recall, retired captain john goldberg is working with dpw. and interfacing with th
the movie season to come? "iron man 3" against the mandarin, ben kingsley. kicking off summer movie season may 3rd. >> you think you are safe? you are not. >> "star trek into darkness" has a lot of buzz. they return from a successful 2009 film. "fast and furious" delivering a 6th episode. vin diesel crashes through an airpplane. "warm bodies" won the box office. ben affleck won the directors guild award this weekend. "argo" looks like a lock. the oscars are two weeks from sunday. >> how do you pick? i just don't know. >> he keeps winning right and left. this also points out that wrong with the ballot on the oscars. he has won and everything else and not even on the nomination. [laughter] >> coming up next on abc 7 news at 5, problems forelady -- for lady gaga. why she had to sleep in the st ar's bed. >> that's how they do it. they can get out of ticket. it's part of the game. >> the parking >> it safe to say it is no secret finding parking in the sea can be difficult. >> you can say that again. -- finding a parking in d.c. can be difficult. what finding parking in these areas and becoming
they started i knew pat kingsley community reinvestment act, which forced banks to get into the low income, high risk subprime lending business and banks have no business being in that business of reminding other people's money. the bank should not be in the high end landing system. to build big events happened on september 9th 299. for bill clinton, president at the time made it mandatory, although it's gone back two years and he said okay, freddie mac and fannie mae, to government-sponsored enterprise have half-year loss of affordable housing, i.e. subprime lending. that was a germanic announcement because of the size of freddy and fannie. there was an article in "the new york times" identified the risk involved in this issue in a sad lesson, freddie and fannie are so big that there's no way they can meet this goal without radically reducing mining standards and home mortgage business. for legitimate affordable housing market is not that big. if they achieve that goal, they'll take so much risk that freddie and fannie can get in financial trouble and that could have been in 10 years. the
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